This charming single level Tuscan cottage was designed in 1924 by Frederick Roehrig, a famed American architect known for many landmark buildings in Pasadena such as The Hotel Green and the Andrew McNally House. The home has a lovely formal living room a fireplace adorned by a beautiful metal hood, a large sun room, formal dining room, breakfast room with pantry, kitchen with great cabinet storage and tile counter tops, and a small den. The two bedrooms are a very nice size and have wonderful windows. Other features of this architectural gem include a new roof and exterior paint job (2018) , hardwood floors, wonderful moldings, central heat, and a large linen closet. The rear patio is a nice place for year round entertaining. This is a special home with close proximity to many restaurants, a yoga studio, markets and access to downtown Los Angeles. This home may be eligible for Mills Act status.